Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – July 11, 2018
You clock in and take orders thru drive thru and front cash. I made tortillas while restocking tortillas. I learned that being nice to customers pays off for good things to happen, management was great. The hardest part is working with lazy people that didnt want to do anything. The most enjoyable part of the job is free food.
District Manager (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – July 6, 2018
provides flexible schedule with 4 shifts, free manager meals while on duty, referral bonus, quarterly and annual bonus, promotes growth from within and provides training to prepare you for the next position.
Bonus Buck progran, provides 50% off any meal up to 150.00, Growth from within along with training to get prepare you fro that position.
Cashier and Customer Service (Former Employee) – San Marcos, TX – July 5, 2018
Everyone was a family there. There food is delicious and thryre employees are awesome . Restroom always runs outta toilet paper but once u report it they fix it right away. Kids always leave with a full stomach.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Austin, TX – July 4, 2018
The job wasn’t tough (on the weekdays) since I worked evenings and rushes weren’t present. Only on the weekends it was hard cause you had to get orders out asap or else managers would get on your behind.
Cashier (Current Employee) – Pflugerville, TX – June 29, 2018
I’d recommend working at Taco Cabana to a friend only if I knew they really needed a little extra cash. I only make enough to pay my bills at TC and I definitely need more. I started of at 9 an hour and people who started after me got started of at 10 or 11 an hour.
Everything (Former Employee) – New Mexico – June 26, 2018
The management consists of whoever is willing to kiss butt the most. The owners are there almost everyday but they must be “insane” because they do the same thing everyday and expect different results! Good luck taco cabana. I’d say a couple more years they’ll start having to close some locations. Don’t take my word for it. Go and see for yourself.
cashier (Former Employee) – Tulsa, OK – June 25, 2018
Taco Cabana was the only one in Tulsa when I worked there. It seemed like management was stressed and worked really hard fir nothing which made them seem very rude since they were so unhappy. About a year after i quit the place was shut down.
Cashier/Cook (Current Employee) – San Marcos, TX – June 22, 2018
I have been here a year and some.months and in that time I have came across alot of people. I have never in my life been so stress until I started working here. The mangers are rude, the.Gm never wanna hear you. You have to beg f9r a raise your deserve.
Shift Manager (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – June 22, 2018
A typical day at taco cabana,when I first arrive in the morning i do an inventory,count safe,get cash registers ready.I make sure I have enough employees for the day.I do my food temperatures,I greet customers with a smile and enthusiasm.the hardest part of the job is when team members call in.the thing I enjoy the most about my job,is serving customers and seeing them satisfied
Hostess/Cashier (Former Employee) – Pearland, TX – June 21, 2018
The work environment was very unorganized and poorly managed at the Pearland location. There was a high turnover rate at the particular location and an imbalance/influx in scheduling causing some to be shorted and others (like me) to be overworked. There was sort of a cultural divide amongst employees causing tension, but all tension was put aside and teamwork increased to alleviate the chaotic vibe during busy times.
Cashier (Former Employee) – Pflugerville, TX – June 16, 2018
Its like any other Fast Food place, busy during rush times, and chill during non rush times. There's always something to do, like prep for rush. Working lobby can be little much if people call out, but dont let it get to you, and always understand that you are just one person.